Scholars at a recent Heritage Foundation lecture debated whether judicial activism is a “value-neutral” label for judges’ actions or an aspersion cast on some of their decisions.
Monthly Archives For July 2010
Left-wing radicals throughout history have at least one thing in common: They like to claim that their own freedom of speech is endangered while endangering the first amendment rights of others.
This has been a busy summer for academics seeking to silence dissent on campus.
Currently, the FBI director is scratching his head trying to figure out how many agents cheated on their agency exams. All of us might ponder where this drive to take what was once deemed an…
An Augusta State University grad student has sued the school after she said she was threatened with dismissal for refusing to participate in a “remediation” program to increase her tolerance of gays and lesbians.
Call it another Twilight Zone moment; another ignominious contribution to the “you-can’t-make-this-up” category.
Last month, in a Cato Institute lecture, Georgetown professor Matthew Kroenig outlined what he sees as the strategic reasons why nuclear nations help spread these weapons to other countries.
A former New York City high school teacher was banned from returning to the school system after a three year investigation into a field trip to Cuba.
The Education Establishment appears to be engaged in a similar exercise when it tries to explain dropout rates and other such problematic measurements.
In “What I Did When I Couldn’t Find a Job,” Fordham University alumnus Andrew Dana Hudson reflects on the economic decisions which prompted him to move to India post-graduation.